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washingtub:

rvb fandom so quiet rn

The calm before the STORM…….

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imsecretlyanachievementhunter:

If you don’t think that these two are LITERALLY THE CUTEST YOU ARE WRONG.

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I’M ALREADY HAVING FEELING ABOUT THE SEASON FINALE AND IT HASN’T EVEN HAPPENED YET

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daftprodigy:

rane0:

With Season 12 drawing to a close, I think it’s about time to look back at the winding road of the Blood Gulch gang’s time on Chorus.

The song is Trocadero’s Contact, the opening of which has accompanied almost every episode of the past 2 seasons

I was inspired to make this by daftprodigy's Contact gifset.


I’m very happy with how this turned out. I hope you all are too.

OMG

OMG OMG OMG

YOU NEED TO WATCH THIS

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felt i had to make something in celebration of the season finale.
did you know i have a folder with over a thousand screenshots from season 12.
happy season finale day. /D

heartbleats:

felt i had to make something in celebration of the season finale.

did you know i have a folder with over a thousand screenshots from season 12.

happy season finale day. /D

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travisdodgeunwritten:

"You know, halfway through the dinner my fillet got up and beat the hell out of my coffee and the coffee was too weak to defend itself."

*Badum bum tsst*

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Anonymous said: ok its all over my dash so i need to ask someone.. what is rooster teeth???

fuckyeahroosterteethproductions:

jeremy-6401:

To completely tell the story, I’ll need to go back a few years. 

The mid 90s were a confusing time for our nation. Being politically correct was envogue, Madonna was just beginning to show the first signs of old age, and three sub-standard students met on the campus of the University of Texas At Austin. Realizing that their grades would no doubt keep them out of any of the higher paying jobs the world had to offer, Burnie Burns, Matt Hullum and Joel Heyman began to explore other ideas. A seed was planted, and an independent movie was born. Burnie and Matt (being the ugliest of the three) wrote and directed the film, while the much more aesthetically pleasing Joel starred in it. It was called “The Schedule” and centered around a regular Joe who got stuck with the unfortunate duty of collecting souls for Death, the lowest paying employer of them all. They trio toured the film festival scene, and encountered some success. Unfortunately, as their friendship grew, so did other feelings. As love triangles usually do, their relationship ended in shambles. Joel, unable to handle the complicated feelings and emotions, fled to Los Angeles to further pursue a career in acting, the other lowest paying job of them all. Matt was torn, but decided to follow his heart (i.e. Joel), and ended up in LA as well. Still too ugly for acting, he began a career in Hollywood doing visual effects. He also began the long process of healing and growing said relationship with Joel. 

Burnie was crushed. To deal with this double heartbreak, he became emotionally vapid, and did the only thing available for the apathetic and soulless, he entered the tech industry. His entropy helped propel him to the top, and eventually he became the Director of Operations at a tech support center, where a new group of poor students were just beginning to emerge. 

Gustavo Sorola, fleeing from his stunning failures at Rice University, met Geoff Fink, a man who was simply too dumb for College. They embraced their low paying tech jobs, falling in love with the primary colors and blinking text of the internet. A kinship was formed, and the pair became fast friends, often playing video games till all hours of the morning while sharing their feelings and desires. Pillow fights were had, toenails were painted, and much alcohol consumed. It was heaven on earth. 

The two quickly became disillusioned with the internet and learned to hate its mocking ways, so they created a website in defense. It was called Uglyinternet.com and it was mean. Too mean for the world. Lawsuits were filed, and death threats issued. The pair bought a baseball bat and hid in a closet for 6 months. When they emerged, they had a dream, to start another website, one that combined god’s two greatest gifts to mankind - drinking and video games. 

Drunkgamers.com began soon after in the spring of 2000. The site began to grow a small following, and much like the moth is drawn to the flame, Burnie was drawn to their radical ideas and raw passion. Slowly, Geoff and Gus taught Burnie how to care again. He began to write for them, and soon became the most prolific drunken video game writer of all time. 

Drunkgamers quickly grew, adding a cheese-loving, shoe-hating hippy named Dan Godwin, and a pseudo homeless kid named Jason Saldana. Not a lot is known about how Jason actually became a part of the group, but one can assume it had a lot to do with pity. A few other staffers were added, but they all died in a car crash. It was sad. 

Trying to find a way to weasel his quasi-filmmaking experience into the site, Burnie started adding weekly gameplay videos. No one watched them, but he refused to stop. One day while making a video showing how great he thought he was at Halo, he remembered a recent conversation during a game of CTF. It might have gone something like this. 

  • Burnie: Hey, do you ever wonder why they call it a Warthog? I think it looks more like a Puma!
  • Geoff: You’re an idiot.
  • Gus: Die.



Burnie couldn’t shake the thought provoking conversation. It haunted him. Why WAS it called a Warthog? Not a single other person in the entire world cared (and still doesn’t), but he had to know. So he decided to create his own answer, and RedVsBlue was born. He frantically called Geoff and Gus to tell them about his new idea, a movie INSIDE of a video game. They mocked him (and continue to, to this day). The world wasn’t ready for his idea. No one could grasp the concept. Undaunted, he “filmed” a trailer to show them. They still didn’t care. Burnie was heartbroken. Soon after, in a completeley unrelated incident, Drunkgamers.com ended. No one knows exactly why or what caused the sites demise, but some sources say a middle finger (possibly two), combined with six Irish Car Bombs, were partially to blame. This looked like the end. 

Until… 

One day, four months later, Computer Gaming World contacted Geoff, to ask if they could use an old drunkgamers video on one of their cover mount CDs. Geoff graciously accepted, and he and Burnie lamented about the pointlessness of having a video in a magazine of such stature, with no website to point to it. The group reunited in a flurry of activity. Plans were made, schemes were hatched, and just as they were settling on the idea of a Justin Timberlake fan site, Burnie remembered his little Halo movie. He knew there was only one way to convince Gus and Geoff (who were already drawing up scanning in their Timberlake pics), so he got them stinking drunk. They awoke the next day, hung over and strangely sore (but that’s a story for another day), to see that Burnie had convinced them to sign their lives away for the promise of more Banana Daiquiris. They were beaten. He immediately called Matt and Joel to gloat, only to discover that they too were beaten. Broken down by the harsh and unforgiving Tinsletown machine. They begged him for a job, even if it was just washing cars. Burnie decided to be the bigger man, and fences were mended (literally, he made them build a fence in his back yard). 

They were onboard. 

And the world was without the best Justin Timberlake site ever…

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redeadlauren:

Today is the season finale of season 12 of Red vs Blue

Please feel free to black list “RvB” and/or “RvB12”

There will be screaming.

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